Top Features of Clear Labels
- Eye-catching with a classy look
- Highly versatile to suit different design requirements
- 5 color print plus white ink
- Come in a glossy finish
- Can be printed on rolls
- Protected with UV coating so that the labels stay durable for years
- Moisture resistant
- Easy to remove with no messy residue
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Clear labels are transparent labels, which function exactly like ordinary labels, but are clear which helps create the effect of the label not being there at all. More and more companies are choosing to use this type of labels because of the flexibility and marketing advantages that come with them. In this article, we highlight some of the benefits that you can accrue from using clear labels on your products.
Using clear labels on your products creates the effect of the label not being there and hence gives your product a cleaner and classier look. A similar effect can be achieved by printing the information directly on the container but this typically is expensive and requires specialized printing facilities. Using these labels helps you achieve this very same look but at a fraction of the cost and time that it would take to print on the container.
Clear labels allow for the product to be visible and hence create a level of transparency that builds trust in the consumer. Think for a moment about purchasing a bottle of water. Are you more likely to reach out for a clear bottle of water with a clear label or an opaque container/opaque label where you have to pour out the content to confirm that it is actually water? Using this logic will help you understand why almost all water-bottling companies in the world have clear bottles and almost always use clear labels for their water bottles.